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This guide references SQF Code, Edition 7.2: Module 2, Module 11, and Module 11 Guidance Document.
Safe Quality Food Institute (SQF) states that compressed air should be treated as a potential source of contamination and that, “the air must not contribute any contamination to the product.”
–SQF Food Safety Code for Manufacturing
A complete version of SQF Code, Edition 7.2 can be located here.
Compressed air requirements from SQF’s Code, Edition 7.2 have been updated in the newly released SQF Code, Edition 8. Details about the new changes to Edition 8 are discussed in this blog.
Audits that are conducted prior to Jan. 02, 2018 may still be conducted according to Edition 7.2 of SQF Code, July 2014.
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“Documents | Safe Quality Food Institute.” Documents | Safe Quality Food Institute. FMI.org, 31 Mar. 2017. Web. 10 Apr. 2017.
“Archived Materials – The SQF Code, Edition 7.2 and Earlier | Safe Quality Food Institute.” Safe Quality Food Institute Archived Materials The SQF Code Edition 72 and Earlier Comments. FMI.org, Feb. 2017. Web. 10 Apr. 2017.